seven eights is more than three fourths
Eight ninths is 1.587% more than seven eighths.
Find the part of the ruler where the inch is divided into eight parts. Then count along seven. Seven eights is almost a whole inch. It is half a quarter MORE than three quarters.
9.5 has the precision of one decimal place. 9 and three eighths converts to 9.375, which is 3 decimal places. Therefore, 9 and three eights is more precise.
Three eights what? Liters? Ounces? Please resubmit your question with more information so that it has a better chance of being answered with a proper answer.
Three quarters (3/4) is the same as 6/8 (by multiplying the top and bottom by 2). The is more than five eights (5/8).
0.25 is equal to one fourth but they are a lot more too.
Fractions greater than three fourths include four fifths, five sixths, six sevenths, seven eights, eight ninths, and infinitely many more others.
Seven sixteenths of an ounce is the larger of the two. You convert 3/8ths to 16ths by multiplying both numbers by two. That gives you 6/16ths, which is less than 7/16ths.
Three more than seven million is seven million three. 7,000,000 + 3 = 7,000,003
no, three eights is one eighth less than one half. Imagine it as a pizza with eight slices. If you take 3, there is still one more piece left in your half.
no three fourths is more close to a whole. and three eighths is less to a whole than three fourths.so the answer is NO, three eights is not larger than three fourths.
Yes, it is.
8 times 4 is 32, but more to the point here, it is 4 eights. 8 times 5 is 40, but more to the point here, it is 5 eights. Obviously then, 5 eights is 1 eight more than 4 eights. Or 8. (and if you don't believe me, subtract 32 from 40 and see if I was right!)
Yes. It is like cutting a pie into four pieces. Three out of four pieces is more than one of those pieces.
No. Seven eighths is more than one half AND three quarters.
More than likely. Probably in 2012.
Yes, it is. 2/3 is just less than 6/8 but more than 5/8.
Fifteen is three-fourths of what number?
No, more than 3/4 of the elements are metals.